Mohali ( Punjab ): Brahma Kumaris, Sukh Shanti Bhawan, Phase 7, Mohali, organized a great rally program. Chief guest of the program Jagjit Singh Jalla, Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Mohali said that most of the accidents happen due to carelessness, which can be prevented by following traffic rules. He lauded the role of Brahma Kumaris who are organizing such rallies and other social services for the welfare of the people and urged them to do such motor bike rallies at other places as well.
BK Kavita said in her keynote address that human life is very precious, thus one should avoid losing it in road accidents. She further said that the speed of the vehicle should be kept within limits. To keep the mind stress-free, she described Rajyoga as a very effective tool.
BK Premlata, In-charge, Rajyoga centers Mohali-Ropar Circle, emphasized on starting one’s journey with remembrance of God. She further added Rajyoga Meditation enhances patience, self-confidence, and positivity.
Tarsem Lal P.C.S. Assistant Commissioner and Mahinder Chaudhary, Deputy Supdt. of Police ( Crime ) also gave good wishes and also expressed gratitude to Brahma Kumari sisters, on behalf of the administration, who are selflessly rendering their services to the public.
The Rally was flagged off by Jagjit Singh Jalla, Supdt of Police (Traffic) Mohali; Tarsem Lal, P.C.S. Assistant Commissioner Mohali; Mahender Chowdhary, Deputy Supdt of Police ( Crime); BK Kavita, Mumbai (TTW Wing); and BK Prem, In-charge Rajyoga Center, Mohali-Ropar Circle.
At the end, the rally was welcomed at Brahma Kumaris, Phase 7, where certificates were given to all the bikers by BK Kavita, Mumbai.
Highlights of the rally:
-Decorated Rath with Bharat Mata and BK Sisters
-One Pilot vehicle
-Announcement Van sharing road safety messages
-Ambulance with nurse and doctor
-High Energy Music Band
-Five traffic police vehicles with the rally at all times
-Cooperation by ALL Traffic Police Stations of Mohali
-Welcome and Greetings to the rally participants at 8 different locations by various organizations en route, including Lakshmi Narayan Mandir, Phase 11, and Market Associations.